1. Damoh Waterfall
Damoh Waterfall is a 4-5 hour drive from Jaipur, near Mehandipur balaji temple, and this is a 300 feet tall waterfall near Jaipur, which is quite a popular place to visit in moon season.
When I reached this Damoh Waterfall, I simply was stunned to look at its beauty, as the region is full of lush forests & greenery. Water falls down from a height of 300 feet, like a single cascade of water and the wavy rock patterns through which the water falls down is very scenic. It is like a semi-circular hole into which the water falls down.
I saw tourists down at the bottom of the waterfall bathing in the pool. There are many rocks here so it can become slippery, so I would advise you to be careful when climbing the rocks.
I took my Innova and surprisingly the road leading up to the waterfall is good for SUVs or small cars. The entire place is perfectly suited for nature lovers.
The waterfall is very close to Chambal river which flows at the Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh border. Damoh Waterfall is a natural waterfall and is perfect place if you want to do hiking or trekking in Rajasthan.
How to reach Damoh Waterfall
Plan a early morning trip, where you drive towards Jaipur Agra National Highway 21 and drive up to Mehandipur. You can halt here for some time and visit Mehandipur Balajij. Take the national highway and drive to Hindaun and then onwards to Karauli. You will have to drive on national highway 23 and reach Sirmathura. There is a fort here and the ruins are worth visiting. From here, you can take dusty off-roads to reach Damoh Waterfall.
Attractions near Damoh Waterfall
Along with the waterfall you can also visit Mahaveer Ji Temple, Dholpur Palace, Shergarh Fort and Machkund Temple. Mandrayal Fort and Hindaun Fort are also worth visiting on this trip. You can also cross over to Madhya Pradesh and visit Bateshwar Temples which are famous for their architecture and beautiful carving and sculptures.